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Introduction to the Divination by Tea-Leaves

Practice and Method of Reading The Cup

General Theories in Reading The Cup

Divination by Tea-Leaves as an Amusement and as a More Serious Study

Some hints For Diviners. Remarkable Instances of Prophecy By The Tea-Leaves

Writing in the Tea-Leaves. Some Frequent Symbols

The "NELROS" Cup. Two Example Readings Of Its Signs

A Dictionary of Symbols

Some Combinations Of Symbols and Their Meaning

Some Example Cups With Their Interpretations

 

 

 



SOME COMBINATIONS OF SYMBOLS
AND THEIR MEANING

Ace of Diamonds, A Circle.—An engagement.
Ace of Diamonds, A Bush.—A pleasant invitation.
Ace of Clubs, An Obelisk.—The offer of a good promotion.
Ace of Hearts, A Train, A Query.—Indecision about a removal.
Ace of Hearts, An Urn, A Bed.—Illness in the home.
Ace of Spades, Bricks.—An advantageous offer from a large town.
Arm, A Myrtle Tree, Bird on a Perch.—New plans which bring about a meeting with someone who will become all the world to you.
Arum Lily, Bells, A Church.—A wedding.
Arum Lily, A Bat, A Bed, A Widow's Bonnet.—Death of a widow.
Bacon, Pagoda.—You will make your fortune abroad.
Banana, A Peacock, Ace of Hearts, Trees.—A happy marriage to someone of wealth and property in the country.
Bed, An Engine, Laburnum Tree.—A happy visit to the country in the spring.
Besom, Ugly Faces.—You will make many enemies by mischief-making.
Bonnet, A Bouquet.—Marriage late in life.
Bride, A Crescent Moon, A Swallow.—A journey which leads to a romantic love affair.
Bride, Penknife, An Owl.—Jealousy terminates an unhappy engagement.
Cab, A Square, A Cap.—A gloomy outlook brought about by one of the opposite sex.
Camel (Laden), A Small "T," A Coffin.—An unexpected fortune through the death of someone abroad whose name begins with "T."
Chain (Entangled), Onion.—You will be placed in an embarrassing position by the discovery of a secret.
Chinese Lantern, A Pair of Stilts.—Pride brings about a fall.
Clover, Plums, A Bridge.—A new and excellent opportunity will come your way necessitating a journey.
Daffodils, The Sun.—A joyful occurrence in the spring.
Doves, A Book, A Beehive.—You will advance rapidly and become a well-known writer.
Duck, A Vegetable Marrow.—Rash investments.
Eagle (Flying), A Steamer, A Tent, A Large "E."—A position of honour in Egypt.
Ear, A Beehive, A Trumpet.—Fame as a public speaker.
Fate Line, A Sword in Its Sheath, The Sign of Mars, A Chain.—A happy fate awaits you, and marriage to a soldier who will rise to the top of the tree in his profession.
Frog, A Fish, A Ship, A Large "C".—Emigration to Canada.
Goat, A Running Figure, A Lamb.—There need be no doubt as to the successful outcome of your venture.
Grasshoppers, A Sleigh, A Wreath of Asters.—Death of an elderly friend or relative in the winter.
Key, A Flaming Torch.—Some discovery or the development of a patent leads to your becoming famous.
King on His Throne, An Eagle in a Cage, A Mace.— An important public ceremony in which you take a part.
Ladder, Ring, A Man and a Woman.—Marriage will be the means of advancement and good fortune.
Ladder, A Palette.—Attainment to a position of honour as an artist.
Ladder, The Symbol of Mars.—A most fortunate career as a soldier.
Lion, A Lute.—Rising to the top of the tree, as a musician, is assured by these symbols.
Lion, A Man Speaking from a Platform.—Great success in a public career and the attaining to an influential position.
Lion, A Man Beside a Pestle and Mortar.—Excellent prospects and fame as a doctor.
Lizard, A Peaked Cap.—An expected visitor is not to be trusted.
Mace, A Mallet.—Through wisdom and clear judgment you will rise to a position of authority.
Man Carrying a Burden, A Pair of Scissors, A Mushroom.—Quarrels in an unhappy love affair ending in a broken engagement.
Magnet, A Meat Cover.—An unpleasant discovery leads to the abrupt ending of an infatuation.

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